E-Government kicks in

POSTED: 02/4/13 2:40 PM

St. Maarten – Finance Minister Roland Tuitt and Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams announced the first digital service to the public on its online service portal eLogin. It became active on Friday as part of digitalizing government services (e-Government) as mentioned in the Governing program

On the site: http://onlineservices.sintmaartengov.org   users can register for an E-login.

The E-login is a username and password combination that gives users access to low threshold services of Government. The first service made available by the Tax department is downloading Tax forms.

The site contains explanations about how to select and download tax forms for businesses to be able to file all monthly taxes going back to January.

Within days the system will be extended with a function to offer online tax filing, the site will explain how to request and qualify for this function.  The tax payer will not have to go to the tax department any more to pick up forms.

In the coming weeks and months new functions, like online payments, rrequesting a tax ID (Crib number), protesting an assessment, filing income taxes, wage tax year end summaries and profit taxes will be announced.

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